Mashups using the same API (1)
There's more than meets the eye to October's successful attack on Buffer. Due to the significant legal and financial risks alone, the incident involving identity theft should serve as a wake-up call to end-users, Web developers, and API providers that not enough is being done to secure the Web.
A new self-serve risk assessment tool is now available in private beta for API providers who want to test the security robustness around their API architecture and design. The new tool allows entering an API by a variety of means and then testing for common vulnerabilities. Solutions are suggested.
Parsed JSON WHOIS
||The JSON WHOIS API provides fetching and parsing features. Users receive 1000 requests at no cost every month for the life of their account. PAYG starts at $0.002. HTTP available to make calls and...||Parsing||08.03.2016|
Free IP Address Info
||The Free IP Address Info API allows developers to get WHOIS data, including country, netname, status, and description. Users are allowed one IP address per private email address or per corporate/...||Tools||07.27.2016|
PicPurify Realtime Porn Image Detection
||Picpurify is an adult content moderation service based on deep learning technology. Over 1 million images were used to create an algorithm that identifies adult related content. The Realtime Porn...||Images||07.21.2016|
||Anymail Finder API finds and validates an email address given only a name and domain. Developers can make GET requests to receive JSON responses. Authentication is required with an Api Key.||07.07.2016|
||The Proxicity API allows developers to get a new, verified proxy with every request. Proxicity provides verified, working proxy servers for all use cases. They use a custom proxy tester service to...||Security||07.05.2016|